I normally render my timelapse comps from AE into a QuickTime container with H.264. Recently since I updated to CC versions of the entire Adobe Collection I experienced unprecedented trouble with After Effects. For it's so urgent to edit my recordings for client, I want an easy and time-saving solution for importing MXF to uncompressed HD QuickTime. For many MXF camcorder users and Adobe users, it can be a common necessary.
So which codec is better for solve MXF frame render errors in AE CC? For some reason, AE CC has been generating all sorts of MXF video dropouts lately, especially when audio render is set to 'auto'. Furthermore I noticed that the only audio set that I can choose in case of an uncompressed QT render is 8000 Hz, which is far from my need. Exactly, Aunsoft TransMXF has the ability to convert MXF to QuickTime MOV without long rendering time. I am so satisfied that the frame rate is up to 48000 HZ. I can also optimize the bitrate, frame rate, video size and audio channel for best settings. And with the perfect audio and video synchronization technology, the MXF sound problem and audio issue will no longer troubles.
And the Pro version is special to deal with multiple audio tracks MXF file. Which one is help for you? Maybe you get a little confused. Let's take look at the same hignlights they both share.
1. Solve MXF frame read errors and render errors in AE CC
2. Solve no sound problem when transcode MXF to QT MOV for Premiere
3. Transcode P2 MXF, Canon MXF, Sony MXF to Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid, VLC, etc
4. Merge and join multiple MXF clips together into one file
5. Batch conversion multiple MXF file at one time
6. 3 clicks to convert MXF to MOV, AVI, WMV, etc without rendering